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Iberville property owners are advised that their property tax notices will be mailed out on Thursday, November 15.
Like other sheriff’s offices across the state, the Iberville Sheriff’s Office collects property taxes for all the taxing entities in Iberville Parish. In addition, the Iberville Sheriff’s Office offers property owners the ability to pay their taxes online, by mail or in person at the Iberville Sheriff’s Office located in the Iberville Parish Courthouse on Meriam Street in Plaquemine.
Questions about tax notices or payment can be directed to 225-687-5132 or 687-5131.
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When do the property tax notices go out and when do they become delinquent?
Property tax notices are generally mailed out the first or second week of November and become due upon receipt. They become delinquent if not paid by Decemeber 31st.
Do you accept the postmark on the envelope?
Where do I pay my Iberville Parish property taxes?
You may mail your tax payment to:
You may pay your taxes in person or overnight package (address):Iberville Parish Sheriff’s Office Iberville Parish Courthouse, 1st Floor 58050 Meriam Street Plaquemine, Louisiana 70764 (225) 687-5132 or (225) 687-5131
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If I am delinquent with my payment, what is the delinquent interest rate?
1% per month from January until paid
Are there any other costs as a result of a delinquent payment?
Yes. Depending on how delinquent the payment is, there may be additional costs applied.
Do you accept partial payments?
No. The tax notice must be paid in full.
What happens if I do not pay my Iberville Parish property taxes?
Any property taxes still delinquent may be sold at our annual Tax Sale held in May.
What is a Tax Sale?
The Tax Sale is held at the Iberville Parish Courthouse in Plaquemine, Louisiana. Any property with taxes that are still unpaid will be sold to Tax Sale Buyers. Properties going to this sale will be advertised in the official parish newspaper (Plaquemine Post/South)in April and May. The actual Tax Sale is generally held the last wednesday of May. The purpose of the Tax Sale is to collect the delinquent property taxes due the parish.
If my property is bought at a Tax Sale, what can I do?
The original owner has three (3) years to “redeem” the property from the date the deed is filed in the Clerk of Court’s Office. A redemption is calculated by the Tax Collector. The amounts of the redemption will include a redemption fee, a tax sale fee, interest due the Tax Sale Buyer, the base taxes and monthly interest.
How do I file for Homestead Exemption?
You must contact the Iberville Parish Tax Assessor’s Office at (225) 687-3568.